Explanation Of Laboratory Examination Results?
Leukocytes: u0026lt; 25 / LP u003cbr u003eEpitel: u0026lt; 10 / LP
Hello Sami Chairiah,
If what you mean by the above examination is the result of urine analysis (urinalysis), then the explanation is as follows.
Urinalysis is an examination of urine (urine) that can be used as a supporting examination in helping the diagnosis of several diseases. The normal urinalysis results are as follows:
Macroscopic clear urine Yellow color Distinctive odor Urine acidity: 5.5-6 Urine specific gravity: 1.010-1.030 Leukocytes / white blood cells: negative Erythrocytes / red blood cells: negative or traces Protein: negative or traces Ketone: negative Bilirubin: negative Urobilinogen : negative Glucose: negative Nitrite: negative Microscopic Erythrocytes: 0-5 / LPB Leukocytes: 0-5 / LPB Epithelium: 0-4 / LPB Bacteria / fungus / parasite: negative Casts: hyaline cast 0-5 Crystals: Amorphous urates, crystalline uric acid, calcium oxalates, amorphous phosphates On your examination the results of leukocytes> 0-5 / LPB indicate the presence of leukocituria. Leukosituria is most often found in cases of urinary tract infections. Leukosituria can also be found in cases of asymptomatic bacteriuria for example in people with diabetes mellitus.
High epithelial results in urine can also occur in urinary tract infections, kidney disorders, prostate enlargement, cancer around the urinary tract, urinary tract stones.
To get the right diagnosis, apart from the results of the investigations, the doctor also needs to match the clinical symptoms and history of complaints submitted by the patient as well as the physical examination results. Thus the explanation from me, hopefully useful.